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SFGTV
Aug 28, 2012 8:00am PDT
homeless single adults at the arlington hotel for the time span of august 1, 2012 to july 31, 20207 in an amount not to exceed $9,354,007. supervisor farrell: city staff? >> good morning, supervisors. project manager with the mayor's office of housing. according to the san francisco 10-year planning councils report published in 2004, san francisco had 15,000 homeless persons living on the streets. of those, 3000 were identified as chronically homeless. this presentation is about an important component created to address the homelessness issue. the local operating subsidy program, which is an operating subsidy granted to affordable housing providers who house and provide services to formerly homeless persons and families. the definition of chronically homeless has evolved over the years. moh, along with human services agency and the department of public health use the following definition -- homeless includes any individual or family living on the streets or in abandoned buildings, living in emergency or domestic violence shelters, other emergency and transient situations, hospitals
CBS
Aug 7, 2012 12:00pm EDT
an apartment in arlington, virginia. investigators were called to the scene on north culpeper street near 19th street about an hour ago. kristin fisher joins us from the scene with more information. kristin? >> reporter: jc, the two bodies were found inside an apartment building just up the street. right now arlington county police are classifying these as suspicious deaths, not homicides but that could change. this investigation is still in its very preliminary stages. joining me now is arlington county police public information officer dustin sturback. i know you've only been on the scene approximately two hours but what do we know? >> the initial 911 call was received by a maintenance worker who discovered the bodies and reported it to the dispatch center. the arlington county police department is in the beginning stages of the investigation of to suspicious deaths in the 1900 block of north culpeper street in arlington county. >> reporter: i know you can't identify the victims but what do we know about the victims at this point? >> two adult black males. that's all we can release. >> repor
CW
Aug 15, 2012 12:00pm CDT
be affecting your muscle functions. the 30th running of the arlington million takes place this saturday at arlington park. you are looking at the post position draw announcement happening at wgn studios this hour. we are going to check back in a little while for the unveiling of the post position. you can watch coverage of 'the arlington million' this saturday starting at 5-pm centeral on wgn-tv chicago and wgn america.... with an encore on cltv at 8-pm central. think you can't get great auto insurance coverage and a great rate? think again! mary switched to allstate got an agent, and saved $326.00 on her car insurance. john switched, got an agent and saved $263.00! drivers who switched to allstate saved an average of $375 a year on car insurance. and allstate will send you two bonus checks a year every year you stay accident free with our safe driving bonus. when i switched to allstate my savings amounted to $436 a year. when i switched from my old insurance company to allstate i saved over $800 a year. [ host ] call your local allstate agent now and get one hundre
CBS
Aug 2, 2012 7:00pm EDT
community and business leaders while kaine held an employee town hall at a smart energy company in arlington. both candidates talked about how energy production affects virginia's economy. >> cheapest unit of energy and the one that you don't use because you want to be more efficient. so the more successful you are, the better for people's pocketbooks, business' pocketbooks. >> any other country would be thanking god we're blessed with these resources. unfortunately the federal government seems to look at our resources as a curse. >> the latest polls this month show the rates between kaine and allen where it's been the last several months, a dead heat. >>> close to another 100 d.c. schoolteachers are out of a job because of poor performance. washington post reports d.c. public schools fired 98 teachers this week because of low evaluation scores. those evaluationses look at student performance compared -- evaluations look at student performance compared to teacher pay. >>> maryland lawmakers may have to move to -- should we say have more to discuss than a casino at national harbor and table g
ABC
Aug 10, 2012 4:30am EDT
facebook page. we will announce the winner in hour.00 >> at the arlington county fair night.here last i had a chance to be there with officials andd folks and the good the. military the they will be in business through night. >> i have been waiting for the races. >> those will start today in south arlington. outside it is about 75 degrees. >> loved ones preparing to say six people killed in sikh templeing shooting in wisconsin. sikh templeing shoo♪ i dare you to dare me what's today's dare? erase the damage of 100 blow-drys [ female announcer ] with daily moisture renewal from pantene. the pro-v system nourishes to lock in moistu"e erasininthe damage of 100 blow drys for a silky, soft touch. think only salon brands can n that? i took the dare...will you? [ female announcer ] daily moisture renewal from pantene. hair so healthy it shines. now to the deadly shootings in milwaukee. funeral will be held today for killed.people it will be at a high school near the temple. attorney general eric holder is expected to attend. the fbi wrapped up its investigation and allowed temple leaders back i
CBS
Aug 14, 2012 6:00pm EDT
in the identity theft scheme that targeted atlanta police and firefighters recently met with arlington county police officers as well. peggy fox has the story. >> police warn us about scams, but what happens when police themselves are scammed? >> anybody can be fooled. this is a good example. >> donetta underwood have been charged with multiple counts of identity theft and racketeering in atlanta. they allegedly posed as aflac representatives, and obtained personal information from 39 city employees, including police officers. but they didn't fool lieutenant, gary harper. >> female that i spoke with, she had on some tight clothing and it doesn't fit the norm of someone trying to did business. >> dressed in the same manner, at least one of those women recently gave a presentation to arlington county police. 9news now obtained this memo sent out yesterday. in it, lieutenant david jerow tells the staff that atlanta detectives learned the same suspects had been in their department and had possibly sold insurance to officers here. the e-mail said it seems that some officers gave these suspects
ABC
Aug 10, 2012 6:00am EDT
stadium-armory and cheverly. trains single-tracking between foggy bottom and arlington cemetery. green line trains single- tracking between fort totten and prince george's plaza. a pennsylvania road crew failed to clear some road kill before they started striping the street. not pretty. >> this was in central downtown pennsylvania, downtown philadelphia. they did not have the truck to clear the road of debris and writing ahead of the paint truck, so it was too late. -- riding ahead of the pain truck. >> you just have to keep going with those types of trucks painting. we have heavy rainfall at the american legion bridge. look at the downpour along the beltway. i will zoom in on the radar. heavy rainfall especially in montgomery county, then king george county, crossing the potomac into charles county. 270, rockville towards gaithersburg and laytonsville and olney into wheaton is where we have the heaviest rains fall. we expect another round at later on today and those could be strong to severe. the one redeeming factor is that they are actually moving today. seven the nine and the distr
CBS
Aug 8, 2012 11:00pm EDT
for this potentially deadly mixup. >>> right now arlington police are investigating their third and fourth homicides of the year. yesterday the deaths of keith sprigs and karl moton were being described as -- >>> now possibly coming to an intersection near you, stop sign cameras. that's right. the tiny city of maryland is leading the charge because cars are not stopping at a key intersection. and though it seems small, 200,000 vehicles a year go through it. dc in the mean time in the process -- meantime in the process of setting up its own cameras. >>> after the break, how something that's supposed to do good is making some upset. >>> arlington national cemetery is turning visitors into artist. that story straight ahead. >>> plus the shopper who bears all. 9news has a video and a little scary if you're the owner of the store. we'll tell you about it coming up. >>> caught on tape, what's more fun than a bowl in a china shops? perhaps a bear in a candy store. a faulty lock lets this bear walk in at this shop in colorado and he really satisfied a sweet tooth. let's see, i'll have some peanut butter cup
ABC
Aug 22, 2012 4:30am EDT
. 66 in arlington, 63 in camp springs and lanham. very similar conditions, mainly in the low to mid 60's on this wednesday morning. mostly sunny this morning. patchy clouds developing by lunchtime into the afternoon. later on today we cannot rule out a f few strays thundershowers. 86 today for the high temperature. a couple degrees warmer. not too humid. high temperatures in the mid to upper 80s. back to angela foster with traffic crept. good morning. still dealing with overnight construction the. that's the main thing especially around the beltway? . in virginia, on 50, both sexes are closed. be prepared approaching arlington boulevard. that will reopen shortly. -- both exits are closed on 50 in virginia. no troubles on interstate 66. a live look at the teddy roosevelt bridge. good to go from the beltway across the span of the bridge this morning. back to you. >> thank you. 4:43 66 degrees on this wednesday morning. >> we have a story you will only see on 7. zero local business caught in the crossfire of a battle between sexes. learn >> a man is in custody in connection with monday's
ABC
Aug 9, 2012 11:00pm EDT
the fans are saying about his first game. >> people in arlington and fans across the region are telling as for the first time in a long time they believe their team has a future. >> look at all these people tonight. they all want to see rgiii. >> there are dozens of loggers to choose from. but it is what is on the screen that has these brothers -- >> it is his first game tonight. -- >> and the rest of redskins in asian stemming from talent. for the first time robert griffin iii or rgiii put on a game jersey. >> everybody is ready to upgrade. >> it is only preseason. clucks a look at him. >> but in less than a quarter he tossed a touchdown and a looked more pleased than his 22 years. this is peter collins first glance at a promising future for the franchise. >> all of the years of pain and we have new leadership in d.c. >> we have been beaten down for too long. it is temper a change. >> fans hope a gifted athlete will restore respectability. what's everybody says he will be a new breed of quarterback. we're all excited. >> the fans are excited. they also say they are patient. they do bel
FOX
Aug 15, 2012 6:00pm EDT
a teacher in arlington, brian. >> bob barnard tonight. >>> and to a story you saw first on fox 5. after the 911 outages during the june derecchio, verizon has a lot of explaining to do. it was hosted by the mel pop tan council of government. karen gray houston has more. karen? >> reporter: verizon released the findings two days ago from the internal investigation of what caused the emergency call blackouts during the june 29th storm. a 911 service director from the region sat down with verizon officials to go over the report to ask questions and both sides came away saying the meeting was constructive. the meeting took place behind closed doors. verizon trying to plain judge -- explain why the unusually intense storm that knocked out electricity blacked out 911 service. >> we're focusing on getting to the bottom of that and have a good plan moving forward. >> reporter: the verizon report found the fairfax in arlington's 911 central offices were hard hit. the generators failed and backup batteries. >> it was the epicenter of what was acknowledged by everyone to be the longest and larges
CBS
Aug 2, 2012 6:00pm EDT
add costs in the private sector and wouldn't reduce risk. >>> on the day the owner of an arlington jewelry store was laid to rest, some peace of mind for his family. >> reporter: i'm surae chinn in arlington county where a herndon family says they are relieved. police have in custody 52-year- old james sylvester caroline of washington d.c. in custody on a probation violence. he has not been charged with the homicide, but he is being held without bond. arlington county police say charges are expected to be brought forward. police have been working around the clock since 52-year-old tomorrow wong of herndon, virginia, was killed in his arlington jewelry store on columbia pike last week. surveillance pictures showed a man in a neon reflective traffic vest inside the store. a similar description was given in another robbery in june where ken stein of benson jewelers in northwest d.c. was robbed at gunpoint. >> i'm thankful for the family, for me they got this guy off the street. he needs to be busted and put in jail. we want somebody like that that's carrying a gun off the street. >>
CBS
Aug 10, 2012 6:00pm EDT
ago, arlington county could count or could say, rather, that no one had been murdered there in 28 months. but since then police are now investigating four homicides. that has people there asking what's going on in arlington? >> reporter: i'm peggy fox in arlington county where a violent crime spree is worrying some residents. in just the past three weeks, there have been five homicides and it all started with a murder-suicide right here. >> it is very strange and i don't -- it's sad. >> reporter: an arlington county police officer sits outside the apartment where 59- year-old keafe spriggs lived. he and his temporary houseguest, 31-year-old carl moten were killed tuesday morning. yesterday there was a stabbing right out in the open along wilson boulevard. a man who tried to stop a thief from stealing his vehicle was stabbed multiple times. police are searching for the suspect. and for the men seen in this surveillance video committing an armed robbery at a check cashing store along columbia pike. a suspect was arrested in the july 27 murder of tommy wong who was killed inside his
CBS
Aug 14, 2012 7:00pm EDT
, inherently dangerous. >>> only on 9, is the arlington county police department in a state of denial? over what just might be a possible identity theft scam that tried to con officers right there at work? here is what we do know. two women have been arrested down in atlanta charged in an identity theft scheme there that targeted atlanta cops. the women allegedly posed as aflac representatives. atlanta police say the women are posers and an aflac regional spokesperson tells us those two women were not affiliated with them in any way. in arlington, a source says one of those same women recently gave a presentation to arlington county police. it is feared they obtained officers private information. and 9news has obtained an internal memo and in it, lieutenant david tells the staff. atlanta detectives learn the same suspects had been in the arlington county p.d. urges staff to check accounts for any suspicious activity. here's where things ben to get weird. public information officer tells us the police department's aflac representative tells them that the two women arrested in atlanta do work
ABC
Aug 18, 2012 11:35pm EDT
interview with paul ryan. during his most recent visit to virginia. has won special connection to arlington. >> we met up with them at west springfield high school. he knew it was the home of the spartans. that is where he met his wife. we did talk about how the spotlight is affecting his wife family. started the interview talking to him about one issue that have a big impact on our local economy. >> thank you for talking with us. about the talk to economy. in virginia, there a lot of concern about a e cuts. defens do you think congress should cuts until they up with some other alternative? of course, i do. we've already passed spending incutting other areas of government. the president's own secretary of defense says these would be .evastating we support legislation to prevent that from happening. done nothing.has >> the members of the tea party is others say that it can down the road if the cuts.ne >> we replaced the cuts with other cuts. if congress does not agree alternative, and those come due, today postponed come up withl they an alternative? i do not want to see the sequester take p
CBS
Aug 9, 2012 4:30am EDT
in the country illegally and working as prostitutes to pay off debts. >>> arlington county police say a suspicious death case has turned into the county's latest homicided. the bodies of 59-year-old keith spriggs and 31-year-old carl moten were found in an apartment. these are the third and fourth murders in the county in less than a month after nearly two and a half years with no murders reported. >>> d.c.'s police scandal is growing. the high speed ride given to actor charlie sheen has resulted in a $12 million lawsuit against the city. the police officer who was demoted and transferred has filed a whistle blower lawsuit against d.c. hilton burton says he was punished for testifying to the d.c. council that high speed escorted for celebrities were a common practice. chief cathy lanier says she disagrees. she says the sheen escort broke the department protocol. >> lost my rank, lost my pay, been pretty much exiled off the police department. here i stand. >> chief ran near would not -- lanier would not comment right now but is on record saying burton's demotion was about his job perfo
FOX
Aug 27, 2012 5:00am EDT
. >>> here at home, the lobbying arm of planned parenthood rolled a bus into arlington over the weekend for what they call the women are watching tour. >> it is an 11-state effort to make you aware that opponents of abortion are trying to chip away at the legality and access to the procedure. fox 5's john henrehan says the senate race in virginia was mentioned by several speakers. >> reporter: a host of speaks are decried efforts from social conservatives to limit abortions and defund other planned parenthood services. republicans mitt romney and paul ryan and george allen were top targets. >> government has no place in our bedrooms and certainly no place inside a woman's body. >> reporter: the star of the planned permenthood rally, former democratic governor tim kaine who is also running for the u.s. senate in virginia. kaine told the crowd that conservatives at the federal and set leveled are constantly trying to overturn roe vs. wade. >> there is a life proposal to change federal law to say life begins at conception and all personhood rights attach from that moment forward. >> report
ABC
Aug 16, 2012 5:00pm EDT
d. theft a bust may have ties to arlington and d.c. >> why people drove up for miles and lined up at a local gas station today. >> the dog seemed really weak. it could not move much at all. >> left stranded on a mountain for eight days. how this dog was finally rescued. i'm barack obama and i approve this message seen this? mitt romney claiming the president would end welfare's work requirements? the new york times calls it 'blatantly false' the washington post says: "the obama administration is not removing the bill's work requirements a at all. in fact, obama's getting states to move twenty percent more people from welfare to work. and president clinton's reaction to the romney ad? it's just "not true." get the facts. >> if you illegally passed a school bus their, you will likely pay for it. >> the county is the first in the state to use passes on -- use cameras on buses to ticket drivers. >> this bus driver says he gets passed illegally once a day. but i do not have any children in the school system, but i look at all of them as mine and i do not want anything to happe
CBS
Aug 9, 2012 11:00pm EDT
say they may be more to come. he's live in arlington both with the story. ken. >> reporter: well, you know, derek, word is certainly out here on the streets, and there is a lot of concerned people out here taking notice of these violent crimes. police officials say they're all isolated cases, none of them are linked, but it's causing a lot of concern on the streets. >> i think it's a safe place, but last two, three weeks, i don't know what's going on. >> reporter: this man works and lives near the 3300 block of wilson boulevard, the spot where a man was brutally stabbed after confronting another man reportedly breaking into his car. he, like own, is worried about what seems to be a spike inviolent crime. >> it's scary. we are scared. we'll be careful. >> reporter: arlington police say the man stabbed is recovering from multiple wounds at a nearby hospital while they search for the suspect. the bloody attack follows four recent homicide in a county that hasn't had any in the past 2 months until just a couple weeks ago. >> it's very concerning for us. we've had multiple incidents now. >
ABC
Aug 7, 2012 12:00pm EDT
breaking news. right off the top, we start news out ofg arlington, va., where police are investigating the death of two found inside an apartment at of 19th and culpeper streets. us thatare telling the deaths are suspicious. video from the scene. police are not saying any more. we will continue to follow this story and have the latest starting at 5:00. >> we will update this story the newscast if we get more information. five people are being treated injuries after an accident on a metrog escalator. this happened during the plaza. fant is the status on the scene? this was a frightening earlier today during hour. i arrived at the scene moments after the accident took place bloodu could see on the platform and escalator. . ke a look at the video you see one of the victims of here. d out five people in all were injured and three were taken to hospital. by metro that during peopleur this morning, were riding the escalator when a perhaps a piece clothing snagged a strip of metal on the side of the escalator. that brought everybody down behind her in a domino effect. we do
ABC
Aug 10, 2012 12:00pm EDT
for the fair openings, prince and montgomery county. stand in arlington as well. that's one continues through the thomas jefferson community center in arlington. it will be open 5:00 until 10:00 then throughout rides,kend, featuring racingnd they even have piglets. >> the cd says don't touch them. the cdc. a ride on metro will come with delays. the red line will not run from grosvenor to friendship heights. tracking on hollande line from foggy bottom to clarendon. stadium are merely to cheverly. blue line trains will single track from foggy bottom to arlington cemetery. the green line single-tracking princert totten to from tonightty until closing on sunday. asleep on the carousel. it's tempting. glad you gave me the warning. you have to see this video. inorwegian tourist featured an x-ray at an airport in italy. drinking, crawled up the baggage line after dropping off his luggage. there are precautions to keep person from accessing sensitive areas, as if this has before. pink similar did happen before same airport 10 years ago. so they make the changes because again.pected to happen up, the
CBS
Aug 30, 2012 7:00pm EDT
confirms it's actor and director clint eastwood. that ought to be interesting. >>> new at 7:00 arlington police are on the hunt for two armed robbery suspects. you'll see them in this surveillance video. it happened just before 3:30 a.m. the 7-eleven on george mason drive near cbi pe back on august19ththe crook attempts to rob the cashier. a second guy opens the door and a firework blows up. both men leave empty handed. >>> a college football t-shirt makes light of the jerry sandusky sex abuse scandal, what it says after the break. >> in a few minutes the summer olympics may be done, but we'll tell you why tens of thousands of people are packing into london's olympic stadium right now. >>> believe it or not, it's here already. this is day one of the college football season and an ohio state t-shirt has a lot of folks upset tonight. this says i'd rather shower at penn state than cheer for the wolverines referencing michigan, of course. the president of the center for families safety and healing says that's pretty disturbing. osu officials insist hey, we didn't sanction this. fans of other
CBS
Aug 7, 2012 7:00pm EDT
. the medical examiner will perform an autopsy to figure out what killed her. arlington county police are looking into two suspicious deaths that could be the county's third and fourth homicide in just the last couple of weeks. these two bodies were found by a maintenance worker this morning. kristin fisher catches us up on the investigation. >> this has been a slow moving investigation. it took police almost three hours to get a search warrant to get inside. police aren't saying much. they don't have much to call these homicides. for now, these deaths are simply suspicious. suspicious deaths or homicide? it is splitting hairs for these family and friends. all they care about is that their loved ones are dead. >> oh no. oh no. >> this woman, dianne thompson, knew both men. 31-year-old carl moten, who was a chef at a restaurant in falls church and 59-year-old kiefer sprigs who lived at the apartment. >> we went to school together. >> two men knew each other. they were friends, and their bodies were found together by a maintenance man this morning. >> two bodies were discovered in
CW
Aug 18, 2012 9:00pm CDT
's arlington million. [ male announcer ] we did a febreze experiment with the azerbaijani wrestling team. ♪ ♪ can febreze air effects defeat the smelly air in their gym for good? [ man ] what can you smell? [ inhales deeply ] a lot of flowers. it's on the zingy side of floral. potpourri factory, maybe. you can take off your blindfolds now. oh my gosh. [ laughter ] [ male announcer ] success. victory over odors, for good both here and in your home. febreze. breathe happy. >> the two presidential campaigns were drumming up support as their respective events today. dennis rodman's running mate, paul ryan was in florida with its large senior citizen population, medicare and the budget were key points in his address. and president obama was in new hampshire speaking the economy. more now from christina. >> paul ryan in florida, president obama in new hampshire, focusing on some of the hottest topics on the campaign trail. ryan started with medicare. >> i have heard the president has been talking about medicare a bit lately. we want th
FOX
Aug 25, 2012 10:00pm EDT
. >> yup. >>> arlington students are getting the boot from thenew sc policy has arlington parents upset and worried -- worried about their children's safety. >>> and new details in yesterday's shooting outside of the empire state building. who neared the shots that hit the -- who fired the shots that hit the bystander. those stories and more as we continue. good to have you with us for part of your saturday night. we'll be right back.  . >>> welcome back. when arlington schools open in a few weeks, a lot of students who used to ride the bus to school will have to walk. the school system is enforcing a transportation policy that is actually been on the book for years now and that requires kids living close to schools to walk there. plenty of parents and students are not happy about the last- minute changes. audrey barnes is mere with more. >> reporter: good evening, will. nearly 600 parents already signed an online petition o posing the transportation plane and there is a facebook page dedicated to the fight to get it overturned. parents can appeal if their kids got the boot a
FOX
Aug 26, 2012 8:00am EDT
'm sorry that was game number three. >>> some arlington students are getting a boot from the bus. a new school bus policy has some parents up set and worried about their children's safety. >>> and we'll have more details about the shooting outside the empire state building. we know who fired the shots that hit the bystanders, plus a victim speaks out.  he's made his choice. but what choices will women be left with? just like mitt romney, paul ryan would get rid of planned parenthood funding. in congress, ryan voted to ban all federal funding for planned parenthood and allow employers to deny women access to cancer screenings and birth control. and both romney and ryan backed proposals to outlaw abortion even in cases of rape and incest. for women... for president... the choice is ours. i'm barack obama, and i approve this message. but nothing is free. obama is raiding $716 billion from medicare, changing the program forever. taxing wheelchairs and pacemakers. raising taxes on families making less than one hundred twenty thousand dollars. free healthcare comes at a very high
FOX
Aug 9, 2012 10:00pm EDT
>>> this is fox 5 news at 10:00. >>> a bloody fight on a busy arlington street, why a crime fighter ended up in the >> we've had plenty of thunderstorms tonight and it looks like some of them may continue all night long. >> supporters of the gay couple attacked in a northeast d.c. neighborhood rallied for the victims and demand an end to the violence. >>> we begin with the community joining forces refusing to let their fears ruin their quality of life. thanks for joining us tonight. i'm shawn yancy. >> i'm brian bolter. yoga instructor mike hall needed surgery to repair his fractured jaw after he and his partner were ambushed last month. audrey barnes has the story tonight. >> the safety walk took place in the same neighborhood where the couple was beaten by three youths july 22nd. people living nearby hope the walk sends a strong message the violence won't be tolerated. residents from eckington, shaw, bloomingdale and other neighborhoods took to the streets to send a strong message about hate and crime. there's been a dangerous spike in crimes related to sexual orientation, 22 atta
ABC
Jul 31, 2012 11:00pm EDT
. >> police here in arlington me this happened on the bottom level of the ballstone common mall. it is the latest of three that may be connected. the first of the two happened clarendon. did not know why he was on the kerb hiding. >> in may she noticed a creepy on the sidewalk between two cars. >> he had a newspaper he was covering himself with. >> when the paper moved she realized he was exposing himself. she called police but after 10 nottes came by they had as kids arrived at the restaurant. we had to make him leave. >> he started to walk away so i keep walking. >> later in may a man allegedly himself to a woman on a patio. now police say a man struck at the mall last night. a girl visiting from ireland in a bathroom stall and to see a man peeping her.at he ducked into a stall and she saw his feet at the bottom as she fled. her description matches the other two. he has seen a man he thinks maybe the suspect. >> he makes me feel like you want to whip his behind. you do not miss with kids. >> all three incidents happened here in arlington. say the suspect description matches in
ABC
Aug 5, 2012 6:30pm EDT
washington lee high school in arlington. the area has rain. the heaviness of the rain, the storms have now weakened greatly, especially in the last half hour. if you are looking for the areas of heavier rain, look out to fairfax county. that is where we have some of the stronger cells at this time. we are not expecting too much in the next few hours but we do have some heavier cells in chantilly, out near arrested. there is a watch until 9:00 tonight, all the areas shaded in pink including prince george's, arlington alexandria, all of southern maryland. the panhandle of west virginia, western maryland. no watches and that is because the atmosphere has called to the extent that we are not going to look for any other severe weather out breaking. some of these will come down by 9:00. the extended outlook, and i will give tuesday tuesday mark it on your calendar the best and the next few days. i will tell you why coming up. >> more on a story we first brought you last night about a fire that went through a building in adelphi, md. firefighters rescuing people who were trapped inside. some res
ABC
Aug 19, 2012 6:30pm EDT
northwest, about an inch of rain and over an injured brain in germantown. half an inch of rain in arlington at washington lee high school. how long will the rainy weather stick around and when will things began to improve? details in just a few minutes. first, let's go live to the national mall. >> this is two stories in one it's a sunday following an absolutely gorgeous saturday. we had people looking forward to another day of that but instead they got rained on. >> they don't really care. we're going to come out. another thing is we need the rain. >> fans armed with raincoats and umbrellas gathered despite the forecast. >> with any luck, our seats will be under the cover and we will fight -- we will try to stay dry. >> the real fans will come out. >> are you going to have enough? >> along as the rain is out. >> it was a home run for these brothers. >> they can handle it. >> keeping the nursery green cost them money in recent weeks. >> people don't want to do any gardening. we have to water three times a day. >> fertilizer keeps green plants -- keeps it plans green. >> thi
NBC
Aug 28, 2012 5:00am EDT
right now at 5:00 a.m. >>> the a. late night for people in arlington county and a meth lab forces people to evacuate an apartment building. >>> tropical storm isaac is gaining strength in the gulf right now as the people of new orleans brace for this storm. good morning, everyone. i'm an gie goff in for eun yang >> welcome to "news4 today." it is tuesday, august 28th. tom kierein joins us now. we've got a sticky start tohis t tuesday. >> yeah. clouds over the metro area now. we do have showers beginninging to move in. along the front that's going to rescue us by later today. but right now it is triggering some showers that are moving in to our far western suburbs way out there in loudoun county and in frederick county, northern montgomery county. farther south and west in the shenandoah valley. this is tracking off to the east-northeast. perhaps in about another hour or so. between now and then it's goin to be steamy. all around the region we're in the 70s. montgomery, arlington, fairfax, prince george's county is the low 70s. much of southern maryland away from the waters and low and mi
CBS
Aug 20, 2012 12:00pm EDT
schools open in alexandria, arlington, fairfax and prince william counties. >>> the speed cameras in school zones will be turned back on. aaa says the county issued nearly 350,000 speed camera tickets during the last school year. now that is nearly $14 million worth of fines. the cameras will be turned on from 6:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. monday through friday. >>> some university of maryland students are saying no to change. they have -- to no to chick-fil-a. they have said it does not represent the values embraced by the community. so far they have over 700 signatures. >>> still to come when 9news now continues, fire crews out west are in a race against time. they are trying to stop a huge wildfire that is heading straight for thousands of homes. >>> also a hit, the first lady is hosting a state dinner, of sorts. find out why fattening food and wine will not be on the menu. >>> be prepared for extra noise overnight. norad will be having flight exercises over our region from 11:30 tonight until 5:30 in the morning. it is all routine training to test equipment, and to maintain emerg
ABC
Aug 1, 2012 6:00am EDT
rain. in the 60s and low 70's. 73 in arlington, 67 in la plata. highs around 90 degrees with more scattered downpours and a little lightning and thunder. numerous would be this afternoon and evening. now police and. >> flying over a collision on of the beltway between new hampshire avenue and university boulevard. is right in the center of area of long-e construction. complicated. that creates delays out of of greenbeltd out on the beltway. now back to news. >> new this morning, a woman of aovernight, a victim herndon,un crash in virginia. >> police found the body in the 500 block of center street. john gonzalez joins us with details. >> we have moved a little closer you an idea of what happened. still a very fluid scene. of police still behind us on center street. this is near downtown herndon. know is around midnight struck and killed near an apartment complex. we are told it was inside the of that building. about a block away over here someone struck about six vehicles. you can see the damage to the scars. in the back onr road and it was like a domino effect. car was smashed. n
ABC
Aug 7, 2012 5:00pm EDT
of the forecast. >> it was definitely muggy with temperatures in the 80's. 82 degrees here in arlington. first let's start on my super doppler seven. st. mary's county, repeat heavy downpours all day. you can see across the river to northern west virginia, very heavy downpours. closer to home we have a decaying heavy shower across the potomac river moving across reagan national airport. let's take a look at the live rooftop camera looking down at the pentagon. dark skies and light rain. we will see more rain showers throughout the evening. look at the carolinas. storms all along. that is where that will stay this evening. you can see a little bit of sunshine north and west of town. overnight it will be a hot and muggy night. more human conditions and more storms in the future. we will talk about that in a few minutes. >> police are investigating what happened that left two men dead and an apartment building. police are calling the deaths suspicious. kris van cleave is live with the latest. >> keep in mind arlington county has had two homicides in the last month after nearly two years of no murders
ABC
Aug 9, 2012 5:00pm EDT
happened. >> after no murders for two years, arlington has seen a lot of violence in recent weeks. another violent incident here today. the victim's condition is stabilizing. as for the suspect, he is described as a hispanic male, white t-shirt and blue jeans. they think he was injured in this fight. he is very likely bleeding. they are hunting for him at this hour. >> thank you. fire officials say an overload of a power strip took the life of a little girl. the grow's father and uncle are in the hospital. jennifer donelan has the story. >> i just spoke with a relative who went to the hospital. the rest of the family is at the hospital, distraught over the loss of this five-year old girl who died in an accidental fire started right here. >> the worst things sometimes happen to good people. >> the fire is long gone. the pain of losing her will be hard felt for a long time to come. >> i will not see her anymore. >> and janet gibson was the first neighbor who saw a danger at the home yesterday. >> i started screaming. >> authorities say his five year-old daughter jane, and her 15-year-old bro
ABC
Aug 10, 2012 5:00am EDT
. it was an overload of power strips which sparked a fire. arlington police concerned about a spike in violent crime. >> a man stabbed several times outside a restaurant on wilson boulevard in the clarendon area. he is expected to survive. police still looking for his attacker. arlington had no murders for two years. now they have had four in the last two weeks. crimes are not related. >> totally unrelated. in terms of the message to the public there is no series. >> a man killed his wife and himself on july 24. three days later, a columbia pike doula store owner was murdered. on tuesday, two men were found killed in an apartment. >> more people are visiting maryland. tourism officials say more than 34 million people visited the state in 2011. that's a 7% increase from 2010. visitors include more leisure and business travelers on day trips and overnight stays. the tourism director says the number of visitors has increased 26% since 2007. 5:36, 75 degrees. >> if you plan on taking metro this weekend, prepare for delays. >> this is an 11-month-old kangaroo. see him at the montgomery county agriculture
ABC
Aug 11, 2012 12:00pm EDT
. plenty chimed in outside of the rosslyn metro station in arlington. >> i am surprised. i do not know much about him but i do not think he will be that good. >> if he is pushing for economic conservatism, that might help him. >> it is surprising. he seems useful, and from the commentary he seems slightly controversial. >> paul ryan is a seven-term congressman from wisconsin and a darling among fiscal conservatives. the 42-year-old chairs the house budget committee. he has proposed overhauling medicare into a program were future seniors would receive government checks that would be used for buying health insurance. under the current plan, the government purveyed budget pays doctors and hospitals correct -- directed >> my father died when he was young. there were a few things he said that always stuck with me. he would say you are either part of the problem or part of the solution. well regrettably president obama has become part of the problem, and mitt romney is the solution. [applause] >> today, run the kick off a bus tour of key battleground states starting in virginia with new running m
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